Category: handling driving emergencies

There’s more to waiting in traffic than…actually waiting

There’s more to waiting in traffic than…actually waiting

Wait. Wait. Wait. We seem to be waiting a lot these days. Whether it’s in line at the cashier in a store, at a gas station or to get into the movies, waiting is part...

Take the time to help…

With almost 35 years of driving experience, including 26 years as a driving instructor, I’ve seen a lot of things happen. I’ve logged more than one million kilometres on my vehicles and have seen drivers...

In case of emergency…

In case of emergency…

Raising 4 kids is a lot of fun, but also means a lot of work for both me and my wife. We try to do the proper things and to teach them about life at...

Start spreading the news….

April 2013 marks 25 years as a driving instructor with Young Drivers of Canada. It’s quite a milestone in my eyes, but I never thought I would accomplish as much as a driving instructor as...

Canada’s Worst Driver 8…the updates

So here it is; another season of Canada’s Worst Driver. This is the 8th year that people try to prove to others they aren’t bad drivers or try to get the much needed help they...

Driving through an obstacle course

Talking about driving is my passion. I will often do my job as a driving instructor for Young Drivers of Canada seven days a week. If I end up with a day off, I’m often...

A crash that didn’t have to happen

Our lives are filled with choices; what to eat, what to wear, where to live, etc. With those choices also comes hindsight. We’ve all experienced situations where we would make alternative choices if we could...